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Zane Stuart Woodward, of Pawnee Drive, is charged with safecracking, grand larceny, breach of trust with fraudulent intent and three counts of forgery.
After completion of the first upgrade phase in March, the city of Westminster is tackling the second stage of its electrical system update.
Water pressure issues closed the South Carolina Welcome Center at Interstate 85’s Exit 1 near Fair Play until about 4 p.m. Tuesday.
A proposed ordinance calling for a referendum allowing Clemson city voters to decide whether to extend permits for Sunday alcohol sales at grocery and convenience stores passed first reading Monday evening.
It remains early in the planning stages, but some of the groundwork has already been laid and the foundation will likely continue to be set this morning for a new program to help strengthen downtown Seneca.
Foothills Alliance offers prevention, intervention and support services to survivors of sexual assault and child abuse in Anderson and Oconee counties.
Clemson City Council members kicked around a number of alternatives to the South Carolina Department of Transportation’s proposal to construct a concrete median on Tiger Boulevard during a special called meeting last week.
Organizers hope to have Pickens County’s first emergency shelter open before the end of the year.
Last week marked a year since SCANA and Santee Cooper formally ended plans to construct two reactors at V.C. Summer Nuclear Station in Fairfield County, and efforts by the state legislature to resolve the financial mess left by the project remain unresolved.
Clemson University will be implementing a clear bag policy at graduations.